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and academy outcomes. the center for science interest regards the lead lobbyist force for healthy food spent $70,000. $47 million versus $70,000. what are the lobbying efforts on behalf of our children's meals. >> i would like to talk about what happens at the government level when the meal pattern is developed, the food pyramid and those kinds of things are established. but what i can talk to you about is what happens in the school cafeteria. we have made significant changes. i've been a school food service director for over 20 years and i've seen the changes that has happened to our food programs. theres "s" nothinthere is nothid but that we've made great strides. food lobbyists are going to be here. they're going stay around. they are in it to make money. that's the reality. we, however, don't want that to happen on the backs of our children, and we're very concerned that the food that we serve our children is healthy. >> michelle, pick up on that. the booe food and beverage industry doubled. what kind of influence do you get. >> you have pizza as a vegetable. let's look at what happens w
of experiments, including those published in science in the last year that show field realistic levels, and then where their behaviors can be studied, we know they're not producing as many queens when they're exposed to neonicotinoids. and while it's true that there are tens of thousands of bees in the colony, they can be healthy, but you can't lose your queen and be healthy and you can't go into winter without that. and they're not foraging as well, and not preparing themselves for winter as well. and other activities are abnormal, and they're not being as productive as workers and doing their worker bee jobs, and very importantly, we know that their immune systems have been compromised. there are a number of studies with field realistic exposure to neonicotinoids. >> there are a lot of contributing factors, and i wish that we had an hour for this show, but we have another commercial break. you don't have to be a keeper to help sustain the populations, something that everyone can do to help. >> welcome back, we're talking about the state of local bee populations because they're dying
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